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The Holy Spirit Wants to Work Through You!

Because of division over these controversial questions, many Christians have embraced a major deception about the Holy Spirit - that he is no longer powerfully at work in the world today.

Randy Clark has been an eyewitness to the miraculous work of the Holy Spirit, and a key participant in watching him powerfully transform lives across the Earth. This easy-to-understand guide equips everyday believers to understand and activate the Spirit's power in their lives today.

The Essential Guide to the Power of the Holy Spirit will help you:

  • Discover the gifts of the Holy Spirit that are still in operation and available to you today
  • Recognize an authentic move of God in your church, community, and life
  • Understand how miracles, signs, and wonders play a key role in you sharing the Gospel

To fulfill your destiny, you must unlock the power of the Holy Spirit in your life. He is God on the Earth, and he wants to use you to release his kingdom today!

©2015 Randy Clark (P)2016 Destiny Image Publishers

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What did you love best about The Essential Guide to the Power of the Holy Spirit?

A good primer for the continuist position of the spiritual gifts, with helpful responses to typical ceessationist arguments. That said, there is a lot to be desired here, such as better exegesis of supporting texts, and a clearer explanation of important ideas.

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The narration was dreadful. It sounded like he was trying to sell me a used car, and he had a habit of adding "s" at the end of words where it clearly should not have been. I listened to this as an audio companion to my Kindle copy, and found that his tone made it difficult to read along. It was bad enough that I would not recommend the audio book, but would suggest simply reading it instead.

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this would benefit rate book if it had not been

the storyline was good the references was good I like the book but the reader was melodramatic ruin the book didn't like it didn't finish it

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Good content, horrible listening experience.

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Randy Clark is a faithful guide to the world of spiritual gifts. However, I don't understand how William Crockett was chosen as the reader. Every line--every single line--is emphasized like it's an epic pronouncement from a movie trailer. And maybe it's not him but the recording equipment, but every time he says "Holy Spirit," he pronounces it "Holy Spirits" with an -s at the end. It's very distracting. And there are other things mispronounced--mostly Greek words (but not always). The narration made for a very poor experience.

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I wish Randy Clark would read his own books. As a preacher, he could do it well. I get that a lot of time is involved, but I think it's important for works like this one.

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Great book/Not a great reading

Great book. Good research makes it a good introduction to scholarship but it's also very accessible.

The narration had quite a bit to be desired. It was a little overly dramatic but worse the narrator tended to put an "s" at the end of words with a "t" at the end of it. The worst example fills the book as he often referred to the Holy Spirit as the "Holy Spirits."

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  • Ivan
  • 03-22-17

Great content

The context of this book is fantastic, it is well thought out and precise, but the person reading this audiobook is terrible! There is emphasis where there doesn't need to be any and it becomes so distracting that you can't keep up with the book.

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